Presentation on theme: "POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES. A possessive adjective tells what belongs to someone or shows relationships Examples: Her book My sister Possessive adjectives."— Presentation transcript:
A possessive adjective tells what belongs to someone or shows relationships Examples: Her book My sister Possessive adjectives in English are: myour youryalls his, her, its their, you alls
The possessive adjectives in Español are: mi(s)nuestro(a)nuestros(as) tu(s)vuestro(a)vuestros(as) su(s)su(s)
All adjectives, even POSSESSIVE adjectives must match the noun in GENDER and NUMBER. Ex: La profesora seria. The BIG difference between POSSESSIVE adjectives and other adjectives is that POSSESSIVE adjectives come BEFORE the noun they describe!
EJEMPLOS: mi hermana mis hermanas nuestro abuelo nuestros abuelos su hija sus hijas
VAMOS A PRACTICAR Translate the following into Spanish: Translate the following into Spanish: 1. My notebook5. your(i) pizza 2. His cat (f)6. our uncles 3. Our mother7. my brothers 4. Their books8. her party